In One Chart: 10-year U.S. Treasury yields above 4% are probably the peak, says Swiss Re


The dramatic rise of the 10 year Treasury yield above 4% in recent weeks likely marks a peak level for the benchmark rate in this cycle, according to Patrick Saner, head macro strategy at insurance giant Swiss Re.

Saner thinks the jump in long-term yields isn’t a cause for alarm due to a “looming bond crisis,” such as a deluge of coming U.S. Treasury supply this quarter or issues around creditworthiness after Fitch Ratings cut America’s credit rating to AA+ from AAA.


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